dam milker, looks like I agree with you for once. This is the first time, I think.
get in...buy all stocks... in direct proportion to the amount they fall, you buy, and continue doing so until they are up the same amount they were down when you bought. It will then be time to sell.
Are you saying ? Support Walmart or support liberal...either or ? That is nonsense youngster. Or are you a liberal ? Either way, to answer your question; I support Constitutional government, democracy, and capitalism. In that order.
all are equally entitled to prosper and receive a full measure of the wealth Santa Claus provides. More to those who occupy, pay dues to the mafia, or hug trees.
democrats are so squeaky free of agenda policies dictated by financial interests that support their candidates or NOT. A carbon tax ? Anyone really want this ? Unions forced on all ? Really? Would most rather not pay dues and retain their ability to receive merit advancement ? Ever more tax money spent to support non working U.S. citizens and noncitizens alike. Sure everyone thinks their tax money should be doled out to these gamers of our system ? Real people, those not beholding to either political party, are fed up to the gills with both parties. That is what Trump has tapped into. Ilike Hillary (actually Bill) over Trump but if Hillary says Carbon Tax one more time, I'll vote for Trump.
to help victims of fire. Whether it is helping to lead the fight against hunger in the United States with $2 billion in cash and in-kind donations or supporting Women’s Economic Empowerment through a series of grants totaling $10 million to the Women in Factories training program in Bangladesh, China, India and Central America.....Walmart is working to inspire long term sustainable change.
paying workers with newly issued stock, booking prime member payments as revenues instead of shipping losses, booking current losses profits by delaying supplier payments, the hold business model is a house of cards built on debt and supposed cash flow. Once the courtship ends, and it will soon, the ruch out will be something to behold.
these taxes as unconscionable, as they’re ways for the government to regulate people’s diets, actions... so obamba why not tax the machine guns ? will they tax cakes, cookies, or ice cream? red meat? Or levy an income tax on people by their weight: charging them $X yearly per pound over their ideal weight?
I call maintenance and yard work- working for the house, as we age it becomes more of a chore, but what would you do if you hired it out ? We need challenges, tasks well done, accomplishments.
lose their right to keep the weapons ? I suggest all those whom the court system, after due process, decide should not be allowed to possess the weapons. Moreover, my wife and probably yours, should not be permitted these weapons- for obvious reasons. For good measure let take them off anyone on the terrorist list, at least until they clear their record. Between 2004 and 2015, people on the terrorist watch list passed federal gun background checks no fewer than 2,265 times. At least three of those background checks involved the purchase of explosives. Only 212 attempted purchases were blocked, a successful purchase rate of over 90 percent. Give em dynamite ? Just who ? is being blamed for terrorist activity ? ARE OUR CURRENT LAWS NOT at least in part to blame.
note the way news stories often have so much spin that truth is destroyed. another account, of the same event, even more alarming--An armed man who took hostages in a Texas Walmart today before he was fatally shot by police was identified as a longtime employee. Mohammad Moghaddam, 54, had worked for Walmart for "more than a decade" and was a current employee when he took hostages at the Amarillo store just after 11 a.m., Charles Crowson, senior manager of national media relations for Walmart, told ABC News.
Amarillo is bursting at the seams with foreign refugees, from Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and its mayor has pleaded repeatedly with the government to stop sending refugees to his city.....Mohammad Moghaddan, a Somali refugee, was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies after he had taken two Walmart employees hostage
June 15 Walmart cutting back-office jobs in 500 stores
you are correct. Lot of agendas being pushed here. Given the warranted lack of investor concern about Walmart's performance, the only reason to post is opposition to nutcase agendas. Google Walmart- grand opening, or just Walmart and limit the results to the past week or month. You will find that Walmart continues to succeed, to innovate, and to grow.
Recall Peplosie blessing the the occupy creeps? Somehow the paid for must be removed from the political process. Seems impossible now but so did the peaceful breakup of the Soviet Union.
just how many shop each day in Walmart in the USA ?????
walmart records over "transactions per year" I failed to find that number but it is surely large enough to explain significantly larger number of all human events- briths, deaths, robbery, acts of kindness, elect.
Walmart makes $40 million a day in profit and $466 in profit every second
Walmart makes $14.7 billion a year. Their $7.5 billion a year in taxes is about half their annual profit. Walmart's annual taxes- $7,500,000,000, that is seven billion and 500 million. Good grief! 1/2
only major problem with Hillary is her support of carbon tax and mafia union tax.
Actually Hillary has her positive policies if she sticks with Bill,s pro business history. The US must become more productive or suffer prosperity decline.
A SWAT team shot and killed an armed suspect who took hostages at a Walmart in Amarillo, Texas Tuesday afternoon, investigators confirmed, saying all the hostages are now safe. helicopters and roughly 20 police and emergency vehicles rushed to the store....well done, that's the stuff.!
no lengthy trial, no expensive intervention, no liberal wailing about social ills, just justice and no innocents harmed.
There are a few features that the new Burbank Walmart has that most stores in Southern California do not have yet. For example, large black signs with white lettering and pictures of each store section make it easy for customers to read and find items. The produce-and-bakery section mimics the feel of a farmers market. There is even a new display in the electronics section where customers can test out new devices.
60% of Muslim-Americans under 30 told Pew Research they’re more loyal to Islam than America... that is a problem, deal with that reality or live with the results. Your choice liberals.
When it comes to political and social views, Muslims are far more likely to identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party (70%) than the Republican Party (11%) and to say they prefer a bigger government providing more services (68%) over a smaller government providing fewer services (21%).